From “Hellboy” to “Hallucigenia on steroids,” it’s been an awesome year for paleontologists. 2015 was an exceptionally productive year for paleontology. Brontosaurus made a comeback. Paleontologists further
If you ever find yourself wishing you could go back in time, that's nostalgia: It's what Don Draper called "the pain from an old wound: ... a twinge in your heart far more powerful than memory alone."
1. Park City, Utah Park City has always provided an excellent base for exploring Utah’s best ski areas and enjoying the epic quantities of light, fluffy powder snow for which the state is renowned. This
In keeping true to form, Nye laid down his opinion on yet another contentious but intriguing field during an interview with National Geographic on Nov. 15. In the chat, Nye said he believes that geoengineering
Glaciers, geysers, crystal clear water: What more could you ask for? These 15 American lakes are gorgeous—and worth a visit—any time of year. Caddo Lake, Texas Lake Powell, Utah Lake McDonald, Montana
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Wildlife The ghost cat, better known as the cougar, may make its way to eastern woodlands. (Photograph: Denis Callet) The phantom, it’s been called, this big cat that now prowls western North and South
Humans created a new top predator that's taking over the Northeast — and that's just one example of the evolution we're
Evolution, it turns out, isn't the long, invisible process we once thought. Instead, it's happening all around us, all the time, and we are its primary drivers. Numbers of the coywolf, a new hybrid of
Native to the grassy steppes of Kazakhstan and nearby regions, populations of the critically endangered species have suffered one catastrophic loss after the next over the past 15 years. And now, a mass
Just a little over a decade ago, scientists didn’t know the Omura’s whale even existed. Even after they used genetic samples to determine the animals are in fact their own species, the whale remained now.
From Balad, Iraq, to Bagram, Afghanistan, the reflective belt has shone the way for forces of freedom, justice, and the American way. It is not an overstatement to say that it is the most hated item in
By capturing their environment with a trained eye, the top wildlife photographers of the year remind us how precarious natural ecosystems really are. Don Gutoski won this year’s Wildlife Photographer the